If youre a fan of mee rebus, which in Malay literally means boiled noodles, then the one served at Fandi Mona Family stall is the one to try. What made the mee rebus here unique was that the gravy was served with thin slices of mutton. The sauce was absolutely delicious with the right amount of thickness. It also had a robust taste, and wasnt too sweet. The stall vendor revealed that what made his mee rebus so special, was the fact that it was cooked with a combination of crabs, prawns and mutton to flavour the gravy.
For $2 a plate, the portions are very generous. Piled high with noodles, the dish is served with the customary garnishes like fried tofu, green chillies, bean sprouts cilantro, calamansi lime and a boiled egg. Highly recommended!.